SUNDAY, 8pm ET: The Story of 'Stonewall' Jackson on 'Legends & Lies: The Civil War'
Fox News Channel's hit docu-series "Legends & Lies" is back - Sundays at 8:00pm ET - with a riveting look at the historically significant events and people that shaped the Civil War.
In last week's episode, we relived the story of former slave Frederick Douglass, who pushed President Abraham Lincoln to free his people and got his wish when Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation after the bloody Battle of Antietam.
This week's episode focuses on a most unusual character, who became Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s most important battlefield commander – Gen. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson.
In Episode 5 of the 12-part miniseries, the Confederate victory at Chancellorsville, Va., comes at a high price when a Southern bullet accidentally strikes Gen. Jackson.
Hosted by Brian Kilmeade, "Legends & Lies" vividly recounts America’s epic struggle over slavery and freedom through the stories of the war’s greatest heroes and villains, including Lincoln, Douglass, Jackson, Lee, John Wilkes Booth and Ulysses S. Grant.
Check out a clip from last week's episode below, and don't miss a brand-new episode this Sunday at 8:00pm ET on Fox News Channel, with a re-airing at 11pm.